Tag: Emma Watson

Paul Schäfer (Michael Nyqvist), Lena (Emma Watson) in “Colonia”
Film Review

EIFF 2016: The Colony (2015)

AKA Colonia. Based on a true incident, The Colony tells the story of a young man (Hans, played by Daniel Bruhl) taken away to a cult camp, the colony of the title, during the start of General Pinochet’s reign in Chile. Colonial Dignidad was a bad place indeed, to put […]


‘Sound bite’ of the week

‘WORLD. Remember that little talk we had about not believing everything written in the media?!’ – Emma Watson puts pay with a tweet to rumours of her burgeoning relationship with Prince Harry.     If you found an error, highlight it and press Shift + Enter or click here to inform us.

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Sponsored Video: Noah in Cinemas from the 4th April

And you thought the UK had seen bad weather this year…….. Out in cinemas on the 4th April is the Hollywood blockbuster Noah, inspired by the biblical tale of Noah’s ark. Featuring an all-star cast including; Jennifer Connelly, Ray Winstone, Anthony Hopkins, Emma Watson and Academy Award winner Russell Crowe […]

Film Review

This Is The End (2013)

Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel, James Franco, Craig Robinson, Jonah Hill and Danny McBride all have fun playing movie versions of themselves in this comedy that takes place during the apocalypse. There’s death and destruction outside their haven – James Franco’s house – but indoors it’s pretty much business as usual, […]

Film Review

The Bling Ring (2013)

Sympathy for the vapid The Bling Ring concerns a small group of blindingly superficial, morally clueless SoCal highschoolers in love with fame and fashion. Middle class girls and a boy, they fall into the habit of burglarizing residences of Hollywood celebrities just as shallow as they are such as Lindsay […]

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The Bling Ring (2013)

For most teenagers, fame is the ultimate dream. Popularity, fortune and most importantly, great clothes. But for some, behaving shamelessly in public or, God forbid, work, sounds like a tedious path just to get some Chanel and Prada into their wardrobe. Lost in Translation director Sofia Coppola’s take on adapting […]

DVD Review

The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012)

The American high school is a battlefield, bursting with stereotypes, the divide between jocks and so-called ‘wallflowers’ the focus of many a teen film. Heathers (1988) perfectly embodies the popular versus outsider conflict and reiterates just how cool it is to be different. The Perks of Being a Wallflower is […]

DVD Review

Harry Potter Wizard’s Collection

If anyone is balking at the price of this massive set, let it be known that it’s worth paying the £200 purely for the footage of Ralph Fiennes reading Voldemort’s entrance in the fourth book. That’s just one of the many great things you get with the Harry Potter Wizard’s […]

Film Review

My Week With Marilyn (2011)

There are some good performances in My Week With Marilyn. Indeed, there are one or two absolutely great performances. Yet the whole thing feels quite light and incomplete, it gives us a glimpse but not enough. Unlike, for example, the excellent Me & Orson Welles.  There just doesn’t seem to […]